Langkawi's Eagle Square
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Eagle Square (Dataran Lang) is considered one of the most significant attractions on the island, and definitely the most important architectural landmark. On the square there is a statue of a red-brown eagle-the symbol of the island. The scale of the statue and the wingspan are really impressive: its height is 12 meters, which is equal to the height of a four-story house. It also offers views of the neighboring islands and the main marina of the island - Jetty Piont.
People come here only for a few minutes to photograph the symbol of the island or capture themselves against its background. Nearby is a very beautiful theme park Legends of Langkawi, many souvenir shops. Even within walking distance from here are the largest shopping centers of the city, and especially interesting for tourists is the duty-free shop Jetty Point Mall, which is located in the port building. There is nothing more to do here, but it's still worth a look, because you can not leave the island without a photo against the background of the Langkawi symbol.
🕐 Working hours: around the clock.
💵 Entrance fee / tickets price: free.
🚶 How to get there: Eagle Square is located in Kuah on the shore, near the pier (Eagle Square on the interactive map of Langkawi).